Part Two – How? Introducing Twitter to lawyers, accountants and surveyors

Posted on: December 10, 2009

In my previous blog post I provided some of the reasons WHY even small firms of lawyers, accountants and surveyors should consider using Twitter. In this post I aim to provide a simple “getting started” guide. Create an account The first thing is to go to the Twitter site www.twitter.com and watch the quick video explaining what […]

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Part one – Why? Twitter for lawyers, accountants and surveyors

Posted on: December 10, 2009

Web 2.0. Social networks. Social marketing. There’s lots of jargon – and hype – about it all. Most senior professionals will associate things such as Myspace and Facebook with their teenage kids and dismiss them from consideration as serious business tools. So here, in part one, I ask the question Why? Twitter for lawyers, accountants […]

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Facebook tops Internet chart – Web brands

Posted on: June 5, 2009

Nielsen Online research shows that Facebook beat Google, MSN and eBay to become the most used web brand in the UK. Facebook has 12.7% of UK Internet related time – up by over 5% from April 2008. Time spent on Facebook rose by 3.8 billion minutes to 6.2 billion minutes. MSN/Windows Live (messenger and hotmail) […]

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Twitter and Vodafone

Posted on: April 1, 2009

Now that Vodafone has agreed that I can send text messages to Twitter for free, I might just take the whole thing a bit more seriously. However, I am very conscious of the fact that I now need to update my status on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter amongst. So with all this updating how will […]

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Digital PR works

Posted on: July 24, 2008

Having co-written a book on media relations, I promote the use of digital PR and write numerous blogs in addition to this one – including some for my professional firm clients. And I (and my clients) receive a fair amount of feedback (thanks everyone!) and sometimes we even generate new business through the blogs. Yesterday, […]

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